Are you looking to hire a social trends technology guru for your conference or event? Book Ben Hammersley, author, TV presenter, keynote speaker, and international star in the field of technology. British speaker Ben Hammersley has an interesting and charming personality, leading him to star on TV many times, spending time on documentaries and on the radio. You might have heard him on BBC Radio, or seen him on one of the many interesting technology documentaries that the BBC have created.
Known as one of the best technology journalists in the UK, he spends an incredible amount of time touring the world as a keynote speaker, making him a dependable addition to your event. Ben’s keynote speeches are engaging and hard to ignore, covering the issues of the business he takes you on a journey through the innovation of technology, helping others to save money. His books, including the Hacking series (HackingGmail, Hacking Moveable Type) and Now and Then, cover the future of digital technology, communication and business.
Extending his work as a technology speaker into the academic world Ben Hammersley is a resident fellow at the Robert Schuman School for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute, Innovator-in-Residence at the Centre for Creative and Social Technologies at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Outside his work as a business speaker Ben Hammersley is known as a writer and journalist; working for several years as the digital correspondent for The Times. Hammersley is also Editor at Large for the UK edition of Wired Magazine.
To book Ben Hammersley as the technology speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
When at corporate events, Ben is known to cover the following topics:
- Digital Innovation
- Social & Cultural Trends
- Technology Speaker
- Technology In Business
- Cutting Costs With Technology
- Business Speaker
- Writer & Author
- Business Development